Interest-free periods on credit cards are a hard lesson to learn. If you owe money on your credit card, you don’t get any interest-free days at all.
Helen has just been told she will receive a $250,000-$300,000 inheritance. Paul Clitheroe advises her on how to manage the windfall.
Effie Zahos fields a lot of money questions from young Australians, but these are the questions they should be asking.
In 2008 we set ourselves a goal: to own our home within 10 years. We’ve poured our income into the mortgage payments, and January 2018 will be the last one.
Christine entered into a debt agreement following some bad decisions. She asks Paul Clitheroe for advice on saving or investing.
Kids should be included in conversations about money as a part of everyday life, and sometimes that means hearing “we can’t afford it”.
Mozo director Kirsty Lamont says the government’s credit card crackdown doesn’t go far enough to address Australia’s spiralling debt problem.
Single mum Sherry asks Paul Clitheroe if she should salary sacrifice for her daughter’s super, or buying another investment property.